It has always surprised me that there are not Braille dots on bottles like this but there are on the drive-through ATM machine - SERIOUSLY! How much more would it cost the manufacturer to add them to a bottle or its label.
Msg#: 3465213 posted 2:14 pm on Oct 2, 2007 (gmt 0)
I wear contact lenses and keep them 'in' for shower/bath and even for swimming. Never had any problems with it. But my bottle of shower-soap has braille on the lid, but it only says "press", not "soap" ;-)
Msg#: 3465213 posted 3:51 am on Oct 3, 2007 (gmt 0)
Buy shampoo and conditioner that comes in transparent bottles. Conditioner is usually opaque, shampoo often is clear. (the kind I use is like this, works when I can't read the label) Contacts in the shower: not a problem, I can't see either. ;)